Sample Curriculum

This curriculum map is representative of the course of study for this program. For updated information, download the current University Catalog.

BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering

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First Year
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
EG109 Intro. to Engineering I 3 EG110 Intro. to Engineering II 3
CH103 General Chemistry I 4 CH104 General Chemistry II 4
EN101 Comp & Literature I 3 EN102 Comp & Lit II 3
MA121 Calculus I 4 MA122 Calculus II 4
Gen. Ed. Elective * 3
Total credits 14 17
Second Year
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
CE211 Surveying 3 CE214 Site Development 4
EG201 Eng Mech (Statics) 3 EG202 Dynamics 3
MA223 Calculus III 4 MA224 Differential Equations 4
PS211 University Physics I 4 PS212 University Physics II 4
Gen. Ed Elective * 3 EG206 Thermodynamics 3
Total credits 17 18
Third Year
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
AC201 Intro to Acct. and Finance World 3 CE322 Fluid Mechanics Lab 1
CE321 Materials Lab 1 CE328 Soil Mechanics 4
EE314 Elements of Electrical Engineering 4 CE332 Hydrology 3
EG301 Mech of Materials 3 EN204 Prof. & Technical Writing 3
EG303 Fluid Mechanics 3 CE348 Structural Analysis 4
Gen. Ed Elective * 3
Total credits 17 15
Fourth Year
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
CE419 Foundations Engineering 3 CE422 Water and Waste Treatment 3
CE421 Sanitary Engineering 4 CE444 Reinforced Concrete Design 3
CE442 Design of Metal Structures 3 CE464 Specs. and Estimating 1
CE460 Construction Management 3 CE480 Sr. Design 3
CE475 Sr. Project Planning 1 Science Elective 3
Gen. Ed Elective 3
EG450 Professional Issues 3 EG044 Prep for FE Exam 0
Total credits 17 16

All Civil Engineering majors are requited to take the Fundamentals of Engineering (F.E.) exam, administrated by the State of Vermont or other state, to receive the BSCE degree.

*ROTC is required 6 semesters for members of the Corps of Cadets.

#University general education requirement dictates that the Engineering Humanities‐Social Science Electives be distributed as follows: one history course, one literature course, one course in psychology, sociology, economics or political science, and one arts or humanities course beyond the literature course. Science Electives: BI101, BI102, BI220, BI260, BI275, GL110, GL156, GL253, GL257, GL262, GL265, ID110

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